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In order to connect your games console to the Media network, you will first need to register your device MAC address

The MAC address has 12 characters - usually a combination of letters and numbers

When you have found the MAC address, write it down, and register your console


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1. From the Main Menu, select Settings > System 

2. Select System Information 

3. The Mac address for both Wi-Fi & LAN will be Displayed on screen 


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If you are able to reach the main menu on your Xbox, follow the steps below to locate the MAC address of your console 

1. If you are signed into your profile, navigate to My Games & Apps. **Skip this step if you are not signed into a profile 

2. Select Settings > Network 

3. Select Advanced Settings 

4. The MAC address for both Wireless and Wired will be displayed on the right-hand side of the screen

Please Note: If you are using your Xbox One for the first time, an internet connection is required to reach the settings menu where you will find the MAC address you need to register your device. The work around for this is to allow the Xbox to run through the system setup, let it fail, select “Fix It” and then it will attempt to diagnose the issue. When that fails, it will bring you to a screen prompting you to manually set up the connection, listing both the wireless and wired MAC address. 


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1. From the Wii U Menu, select System Settings 

2. Using the Left Stick select the Internet icon and press the A Button 

3. Select View MAC Address and wait a moment for the MAC address to be displayed


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1. From the Main Menu, select Settings > System Settings 

2. Select System Information 

3. The MAC address is displayed on this screen.


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1. From the Xbox Dashboard, select System > Settings > Network Settings

2. Select Advance Options and the Create Ad Hoc Network 

3. Enter Temp as the name and select None as security

4. On the Network Settings Page Select the Temp network and choose Configure Network 

5. In the Window that appears select the Additional Settings tab 

6. Highlight Advance Settings and Press A 

7. The MAC address is displayed on this screen. 


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1. From the Wii channel menu, select Wii Options (the round button on the bottom-left of the screen with "Wii" on it)

2. Select the Wii Settings button

3. Select the Right arrow to enter the second page of settings

4. Select the Internet option

5. Select the Console Information option

6. The Wireless MAC address is displayed on the first line.